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is this a hair whorl or baldness. I have thick hair, no baldness in family and currently very stressed.

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Agrinch, 

It looks like a normal whorl pattern and not a crown affected by male pattern hair loss. How old are you? Are you seeing any changes near the hairline region? 

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Hi thanks for answering, I'm 17, nearly 18 and no I haven't seen any changes in my hairline.

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I don't think you need to worry. It's perfectly normal to see some scalp through a healthy non-balding crown. Try to put it out if your mind and move on.

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9 hours ago, agrichards3 said:

Hi thanks for answering, I'm 17, nearly 18 and no I haven't seen any changes in my hairline.

Then I would definitely say it is a normal crown whorl. Try to check up on it periodically and keep an eye on it, but try not to let it dominate your thoughts. It is very easy to fall into the trap of "obsessing" over little areas like this you think may be thinning. Early intervention is great when it comes to progressive hair loss and you should check periodically to make sure things are not rapidly changing, but try not to get too "hung up" on little perceived differences in the short term. 

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